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Record number 539641
Title Nieuwe methoden voor bestrijding vanbodemplagen in de glastuinbouw. Deel 1: Biologie en bestrijding van Lyprauta sp. /
Author(s) Kruidhof, Marjolein; Woelke, Joop; Vijverberg, Ruben; Català-Senent, Laura; Vijverberg, Roland
Source Bleiswijk : Wageningen University & Research, BU Glastuinbouw (Wageningen University & Research, BU Glastuinbouw rapport WPR-784) - 54
Department(s) WUR GTB Gewasgezondheid Bodem en Water
WUR GTB Algemeen
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2018
Availibility Full text available from 2019-08-29
Abstract In de teelt van Phalaenopsis orchideeën wordt belangrijke schade veroorzaakt door zogenaamde ‘potwormen’, feitelijk muggenlarven van de familie Keroplatidae (langhoornmuggen). Deze larven, welke zich in het substraat bevinden, prederen in eerste instantie op bodemorganismen. Ze veroorzaken echter ook vraatschade aan wortelpunten, wat leidt tot een algehele groeivertraging. Zelfs bij lage aantallen langhoornmug larven - meestal zit er maar één larve in een pot - wordt de schadedrempel al overschreden door het relatief lage aantal wortels van Phalaenopsis. In dit rapport is het onderzoek beschreven naar a) de biologie van langhoornmuggen, met name naar Lyprauta cambria, en b) verschillende manieren om L. cambria te bestrijden, en/of ervoor te zorgen dat de larven minder schade berokkenen aan de wortelpunten van Phalaenopsis---In the cultivation of Phalaenopsis orchids important damage is caused by so-called ‘potworms’, which in reality are the larvae of the Keroplatidae family (fungus gnats). These larvae live in the substrate, and primarily predate on soil-dwelling organisms. However, they also cause feeding damage to the root tips, leading to a reduction in overall plant growth. Even at low Keroplatidae density – mostly only a single larva per pot is present – the damage threshold is often exceeded in Phalaenopsis because of its relatively low number of roots. In this report research addressing a) the biology of Keroplatidae larvae, with special focus on Lyprauta cambria, and b) different ways to control L. cambria, and/or reduce the damage that the larvae cause to the root tips of Phalaenopsis is described
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